Studies in Linguistic Geography: The Dialects of English in Britain and Ireland
John M. Kirk, Stewart Sanderson, John David Allison Widdowson, Croom Helm
Croom Helm, 1985 - English language - 186 pages
The essays in this volume describe some of the problems that bedevil the study of dialect and the methodological solutions employed to minimize them. They also survey the contributions that linguistic cartography can make to the study of English and the of language in general.
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